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S.F. Mayor Webber, Two Councilors Support New Tact On “CHART”


During his bi-weekly meeting with local reporters Monday, Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber indicated a new approach towards what was known as “CHART” — the Culture, History, Arts, Reconciliation and Truth Committee.

The Mayor began the event commenting on last week’s U.S. Capitol insurrection:

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